Jane Doe No More is an amazing read that throws you constant curve balls. Every time I
try to get happy for Donna and the progress she had made, it seemed like she was pushed 100
miles in the opposite direction. The strength that Donna had to withstand th
6 WRONG! GRADE: 74
1. The defining feature of an experiment lies in the control of the independent variable by the
2. In case-oriented research, a great number of cases are examined in order to understand a small
number of v
Chapter 4 ANSWERS
Loebers dynamic classification of offenders is a typology.
In the measurement of crime, single incident cannot include multiple offenses, but may have one
offense and multiple offenders.
Validity refers to the
Homework #3 ANSWERS
DUE: Wednesday 2/7/2017
When scientists consider whether causal statements are true or false, they are concerned with the
validity of causal inference.
Individuals may be units of analysis in criminal justice rese
Chapter One - Quiz
The idea that exceptions can be used to prove rules is valid. True
Each of us is born into and inherits a culture made up, in part, of firmly accepted knowledge
about the workings of the world. True
Causal (or casual?) huma
Chapter 2 Homework Test #2
Non-governmental organizations that conduct research involving human subjects need not
establish review committees known as institutional review boards.
Ethical considerations in research are typically qui
Auditing a Private third-party claims processor for Medicare
What concerns might Bob have about the receipt of the paper claims with the regular mail?
Within the process of the paper claims with the regular mal, prior final submission, t
ASSIGMENT MODULE #1
The development of fingerprints
Fingerprints are unique, and is has been proven to be unlikely that two people can have
the same patterns. Fingerprints replace the Bertillonage system for criminal identification,
because of its better
CHAP. 3 CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION
I. Defining the Crime Scene
Crime scenes can be classified according to the location of the original criminal activity.
This classification of the crime scene labels the site of the regional or first criminal
You are a jury in which a potential murderer was identified by a fingerprint, how would you feel
about this identification compared to an identification made through DNA? What are the
similarities and the differences?
After the 2004 terroris
ASSIGMENT MODULE #4
This documentary is a great representation of the importance developing in the DNA analysis
within the crime scene investigation. Over the years their constant actualizations, new
discoveries of new techniques and developing towards un
ASSIGMENT MODULE #2
Evidence Collection and Perseveration
What do you think of the video and the information presented?
I think that the video gave us a well and specific summary of chapter 3.
The video also give the information presented in the chapter 3
United States v. Patane
Citation: 542 U.S 630, 124 S.CT. 2620, 159 L. Ed. 2d 667 (2004)
On June 2001- Samuel Francis Patane was arrested for harassing his girlfriend.
Making him subject to a temporary restraining order, which Patane vi
Alabama v. White 496 U.S 325 (1990)
Decided June 11, 1990
Police received an anonymous telephone tip that White, would be leaving a apartment at certain
time, in a particular car going to a motel and that she would be in possession o
Running head: COURTROOM OBSERVATION
University of New Haven
Connecticut Superior Court, Geographical Area #23 was a large stone building set across
from the green in downtown New Haven. Before
Florida v. J.L
529 U.S 266 (2000)
On October, 13, 1995 an anonymous caller reported to the Miami-Dade police that a young black
male, standing at a stop, wearing a plaid shirt was carrying a gun. The tip information wasnt
recorded, theres no in
Riley v. California
Full case name; Riley v. California; United States v. Wurie
573 U.S _(2014)
This case is a combination of two cases, Riley itself and United States v. Wurie. In
Rileys case, he was stopped for a traffic violation, driving with expired
With digital crime becoming more prevalent, the types of crimes, and ideas for
criminalistic opportunities are increasing. The different types of technology are creating
the opportunities for different crimes. Training, protocols, and specific requirement
Which psychological theories can be applied to digital crime?
How do they apply?
There are many psychological theories that can be applied to computer crime and
specific areas of this type of crime. Some of these theories include the cognitive
Briefly define critical infrastructure, and give some specific examples of the types of
systems vulnerable to cyberterrorism and information warfare within the United States.
What do you think our countries biggest threat will be in 10 years?
What gaps exist in our understanding of digital crime? What can
be done to address these gaps?
Although digital crime is increasing in popularity, the knowledge and
understanding of it is limited. In the past, digital crimes were usually overlooked and no
What is informational warfare? How can an individual and a
company protect them self?
Information warfare is a primary concept that incorporates cyber terrorism. The
basic definition of information warfare is the gathering or use of information to
Explain the hacker ethic. Can individual hackers deviate from the hacker ethic? Do
all hackers hold the same understanding of that ethic?
In the 1960s, the conception of hackers changed and the hackers ethic was
developed. The hacker ethic was a series of
CJST 1100 Fall 2016 Quiz 2
1. True/ False The Mutual Pledge systems was a system of community self-responsibility that
existed in Britain in the Middle Ages in which residents were held responsible for the
conduct of their neighbors
2. True / False The Ne
Final Exam Review
1. There will be a combo of things from last exam and information since the last exam (Ind. Sample
Test, Anova, and Chi-square)
2. Null/Alternative Hypothesis and explaining it in plain English
3. Look at last exam (which was handed back
Q.A.-Chapter 9 Exam Review
March 29, 2016
Topics since our last test to focus on:
1. Probability (chapter 6)- a portion of a whole
a. Ex. flipping coins
b. p[H]=number of successes/ total number of outcomes= =0.5
i. Joint Occurrences-used to
CJ 251 - Sedelmaier
In plain language, what is a confidence
A CI is an attempt to estimate a parameter.
It provides us with a reasonable set of
estimated values of the parameter.
It also tells us how confident we ca
Class work Examples
Null Hypothesis= Chi-square is EQUAL to Zero
Alternative Hypothesis= Chi-square is GREATER than Zero
To get the amounts in
Legal Essence of Criminal Conduct
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Three essential elements of all crimes
The criminal act
Culpable mental state (mens rea)
Concurrence of the two
Intent v. motive
Motive is desire that compels/drives a
State vs. Williams
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Double wide burns down in grease fire
Kids toys found in trash bags outside
Many personal items found in suitcases in the garage
Door left open about 3" wide
Letting oxygen in to keep fire g